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post #7181 of 13087
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I did all adjustements you told me.
All done.
Now, you think, can i try to pump up dram frequence??
If you have tje ram to support the speed then increase te divider one notch. Will bring ram speeds to 1900mhz roughly.

If you want to try for more base clock set you pll voltage to 1.75. And clock skews can be adjusted. Delay both cpu and ioh skew to 300ps.

Helps with some boards
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What's the upgrade path are you guys are planning to take in the future? Considering x58 Xeons like x5650 and x5670 can be overclocked pretty crazy, will you be considering x79 with E5-2600 V1 or V2 or X99 with Haswell-E Xeons E5-2600 V3 in the future?
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^My initial upgrade path was in 2013 and I was going to upgrade to X79+3930K. I bought an affordable 6 core Xeon for my X58 to replace my Quad core and those plans tanked. My X58 gaming experience became just as good as the X79 based on several GTX 670 SLI reviews. I ended up upgrading to the X5660 and haven't looked back since then. So instead of putting nearly $2000.00 into a new X79 build I saved that money for current generation improvements.

I then wanted to wait for Haswell-E, then that became waiting on Broadwell-E, and now I'm more than likely going to skip Skylake-E. So I came up with Cannonlake-E or AMD Zen. Price and performance is whats going to matter, but what matters the most is how my X58 is performing with high end programs and gaming at that point. I don't want to upgrade unless I can "feel" or "see" the upgrade for everyday usage including gaming in some cases.

X79\X99 Xeons could also drop dramatically in price as well. I'd like to have the benefit of overclocking them as well. That's impossible with most Xeons on the X79\X99 at a affordable price point. Some of them are so expensive that I don't think Intel will let them get that low, even in the free market like Ebay\Amazon etc, but we will see. Upgrading to the X79\X99 Xeons also have their pros and cons. One con for me is the lack of IPC increases. Most Haswell-E Xeons are worse than Ivy Quads single core speed. Everyone has their reasons for upgrading, but how many of those reasons revolve around making actual money? Not many from what I've seen. As long as my X58 is still performing well I don't think I'll upgrade to quickly.
    
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post #7184 of 13087
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Would it be worth it to wait until Broadwell-E next quarter? I was going back and forth between waiting for that or diving into the 5820K

IMO don't bother with 5820k. I have one. At stock it feels sluggish compared to my OC X5680. OC it is fractionally faster but not so much that I don't regret buying it.
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post #7186 of 13087
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What's the upgrade path are you guys are planning to take in the future? Considering x58 Xeons like x5650 and x5670 can be overclocked pretty crazy, will you be considering x79 with E5-2600 V1 or V2 or X99 with Haswell-E Xeons E5-2600 V3 in the future?

I'm interested in the E5-1650 as they go for around $120-130 every once in a while ($80 if you are crazy lucky) and can be overclocked. Good boards are expensive though, so until I come across a good enough deal where I can be sure that I'll at least break even after selling my current board/CPU, then I'll be sticking with my current setup.

Other than that, Zen is looking like it could pretty good.
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will move to x99 + xeon when the r3e dies of old age..(not any time soon )
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Still rocking a couple x5660
Edited by bill1024 - 2/25/16 at 9:24am
post #7189 of 13087
anybody know of if there are certain batch numbers that are more golden than others?? and how to find that info?
my 5670 tops out at about 4350mhz. 1.367v's. the chip hates even multi's, and 24x caps my stability no matter what i try at 4000mhz. strange.
but i do enjoy being able to run 2000mhz memory and 3600 Northbridge.
Just looking to get more out of my X58 rig in any way possible.
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anybody know of if there are certain batch numbers that are more golden than others?? and how to find that info?
my 5670 tops out at about 4350mhz. 1.367v's. the chip hates even multi's, and 24x caps my stability no matter what i try at 4000mhz. strange.
but i do enjoy being able to run 2000mhz memory and 3600 Northbridge.
Just looking to get more out of my X58 rig in any way possible.

That would be pretty good if you still had HT and Speedstep on. What are your settings? Are you limited by temps?
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